Note: Please be advised that many of our standard operating procedures have changed to ensure the safety and well-being of our members and guests during the ongoing public health pandemic.

1. Single Point of Entry: All members and guests must enter through the glass doors at the front of the church.
2. Before entering, all members and guests will have their temperature checked to ensure they do not have a fever.
3. After entering, all members and guests will be encouraged to use the hands-free sanitation stations before entering the sanctuary.
4. Masks are required. If you do not have a mask, one will be provided for you.
5. Everyone in attendance will practice social distancing. In the sanctuary, every other row will be closed, members and guests are encouraged to sit 6 feet apart or with family member(s).
6. BYOB – Bring Your Own Bible! Bibles and other literature will not be openly available. However, the Holy Scriptures will be displayed on the screens if you do not bring your own Bible or device.
7. Altar Ministry will be “touch-less experience”: Members and guests will remain at their seat if they desire special prayer.
8. Electronic giving is encouraged but we will have supervised stations to deposit your offering as you exit the building.
9. Restrooms: Only our single-use men’s and women’s restrooms will be open and will be sanitized by an attendant after each use.
10. Members and guests will be exit the building by row and under the direction of our ushers/greeters to ensure continued social distancing after service. Once everyone has exited the building, reentry will not be permitted.

Honoring Our Class of 2020 Graduates

Help us celebrate OUR Class of 2020 High School and College Graduates! The current global health pandemic, COVID-19, has caused many events that our graduates would participate in to be canceled. Events like Prom, Grad Bash, Senior Week, private celebrations with family and friends, and, let’s not forget, GRADUATION, these students, and many others in our community and around the world, will not experience at this time. Nevertheless, we honor them for their academic achievements and for reaching this milestone in their lives. We are proud of you and celebrate you all month!

2020 Graduates’ Day Recap!

Thank you Mrs. Jessica Gibson for your encouraging words to our Class of 2020 High School and College Graduates! The message, titled “fiXXer Upper – The Landscape is Changing (Psalms 51:7-13), reminded us of God’s power and His ability to turn adverse situations, or the parts of us that need fixing, into something better that we could have ever imagined. Whether a recent graduate or an individual navigating through these unprecedented times, Mrs. Gibson reminded us to: 1) Trust the Lord, 2) Be Fearless, and 3) Be Salty – Matthew 5:13.

Again, congratulations to our graduates – Jeremiah Clark, Sidra Gray, and Jamishea Jones!

To find out more about what it means to “Be Salty,” visit or click on the I’m So Salty logo below.

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